Welcome to episode #2 of Media Hacks.
This is not just episode #2 of Media Hacks, but it’s also episode #141 of Six Pixels of Separation. Confused? Don’t be. For now, I am cross-posting Media Hacks as a part of Six Pixels of Separation. We’ve got a great crew on the phone and some amazing conversation that drags all the way from Wikipedia to video games as the new home entertainment center. Apologies for the scratches, none of us know where it’s from - but it’s there. The good news is that if you missed your vinyl collection, the sound quality will bring back some fond memories. Enjoy the conversation…
Download the podcast here: Media Hacks - Episode #2 - Host: Mitch Joel.
- Running time: 47:38.
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- This is Media Hacks #2.
- C.C. Chapman – Managing The Gray – Advance Guard.
- Hugh McGuire – LibriVox – The Book Oven.
- Christopher S. Penn – The Financial Aid Podcast – Marketing Over Coffee.
- Julien Smith – In Over Your Head – Co-author of Trust Agents.
- Unfortunately, this guy could not make it: Chris Brogan – Co-author of Trust Agents.
- Links from Hugh McGuire re: Media Hacks #2:
- This column will change your life (Guardian column on homophily).
- Jonathan Haidt: The real difference between liberals and conservatives (TED Talk).
- Myopia: A Tale of Two Companies for 2009 (thedigitalist.net post about Nintendo & fun).
- Is it Art?, byJohn Lanchester (London Review of Books article about videogames as culture/art).
- David Usher – ‘Kill The Lights”.
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